These pix were taken on March 1, 2013, in the Warrian Bushland Reserve, Croydon North, on a 3 km circuit hike.
Reserve is the habitat of the Victorian Smooth Froglet, a tiny Frog,
and this location is believed to the only site in the Melbourne region
where this little creature is found.
The Reserve also has a Wildflower area (fenced), and a creek.
It was created in 1949.
the main entrance an information board describes the Froglet. There are
also two trees with wooden carvings depicting frogs and various
Australian birds and animals.
Click here to see all of the Photos of my visit!
- Bob Padula
- Mont Albert (Melbourne), Victoria, Australia
- One of my personal objectives is to convince Australia's millions of TV addicted couch potatoes to make the switch and convert to bush potatoes! In other words, get out there and see the REAL Australia. Go bushwalking - by yourself or with someone! If you never never go, you'll never never know...!